Bednall: Salvator mundi
This page lists all recordings of Salvator mundi, by David Bednall (b.1979) on CD.
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A Year in Exeter Cathedral
O Lord, look down from heaven
The Cherubic Hymn
Tomorrow go ye forth
Meditation for Holy Week
Jesus Christ, the Apple Tree
Naylor, E W:
O Saviour of the world
Ascendit Deus a 5
In dulci jubilo
Hear my prayer, O Lord, Z15
The strife is o'er
Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace
Come Holy Ghost
Come Holy Ghost
Let all the world in every corner sing
O quam gloriosum, motet
This recital is the first ever by the girls and men of Exeter Cathedral. The programme features much previously unrecorded repertoire, reflecting the music sung by the choir throughout the Cathedral’s year.
“This programme shows the Exeter Cathedral Choir in fine shape, The 19 girl choristers make a very pleasing sound and they combine with the gentlemen of the choir to very good effect. In fact, these young singers are an excellent advertisement for the role of girls in cathedral choirs.” MusicWeb International, 13th November 2013
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David Bednall - Requiem
and other choral works
Philip Dukes (solo viola) & David Bednall (organ)
The Chamber Choir of St Mary’s Calne, Edward Whiting (director)
David Bednall has been hailed as a major new voice in choral music. The first recording devoted his works (Hail, gladdening light from Wells Cathedral Choir, REGCD247) was a Gramophone Editor’s Choice in May 2007.
This new recording presents his largest scale work to date – the beautiful and haunting Requiem for solo viola, upper voices and organ – performed by the dedicatees, internationally-renowed violist Philip Dukes – “Great Britain’s most outstanding solo viola player” The Times – and The Chamber Choir of St Mary’s Calne.
Also includes three anthems for upper voices, including Bednall’s powerfully-rhythmic setting of Let all the world.
“The Chamber Choir...phrase the mainly unison opening sections with expert fluidity, and a mature understanding of how plainsong influences the music's rhythmic movement. There are fine soloists too, Miriam Thiede in the Domine Jesu Christe, and Rebecca Rothwell in [the] Pie Jesu” BBC Music Magazine, June 2010 ****
“...unison singing [is] moulded to perfection and the lovely nuances of tone colour and phrase-shaping [are] delicately and subtly managed...As a new addition to the Requiem repertoire as well as a performance in its own right, this disc is a resounding success” Gramophone Magazine, June 2010
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